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In this essay, the importance of living a spiritual life while maintaining a regular meditative (reflective) attitude toward life, death, and dying is explored. A review of some clinical studies pointing to the importance of having a spiritual outlook in life and toward death is provided. The...
The purpose of this study is to discern the relevant and effective components of existential and process-work approaches to the clinical treatment of elderly clients with dementia. This study explores how these specific humanistic and transpersonal approaches to this population’s presenting...
The diagnosis of cancer has the potential to elicit positive change (posttraumatic growth PTG) through the experience of trauma and adversity. However, psychology and clinical practices and most recently positive psychology have been criticized for their indifference toward the influence of the...
This article describes how existential—humanistic psychotherapy can be useful in working with the elderly. Specifically, the article describes the psychotherapeutic themes of presence, spirituality, and meaning and shows how they are important in working with the geriatric population. Using...
This article suggests a unique way of viewing aging. Focusing on the process of aging, the author examines the manner in which we age and the meaning(s) we create while we go through the various stages of life. A literal and metaphorical analysis of aging is explored in great depth. Using poetry...
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